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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1882
THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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INVAlllAlll.Y IN AIIVANCK.
All Communications stioulil he sddressed to
K. A. IJCKNKTT,
J'uhllalicr ami I'ro'irlotnr.
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE DANE
of the present generation. It In for the
&urnbf "thiiTdiHeafle and its attendant
BICK-HEADACHE, BILIOUSNESS, DYS
PEPSIA, CONSTIPAnONj PILES, eto., that
TUTT'8 PILL8 havb gained a world-wide
reputation. No JRemedjrJias ever jaceri
diBc6verf-d"thatacts o gently on the
diltestive organs, Kivinn thHm vigor to as
similate food. Ai a naturafreHnlt, the
iiervous System is Braced, the Muscles
are Developed, and the Bgdy Robust.
Clillls-s and Povor.
E RIVAL, a Planter at Bayou Bars, La ,y:
My plantation la In a malarial district. For
veral yuara I ooulri not make hair a crop on
account of bilious disease and chill, t u
nnarly dlarourayftd whun I began tha uaa of
TL'TT'B P1LLU. The raault waa marveioua:
my latjorfcra aoon b.cams huarty and robuat,
and 1 bare bad no further trouble.
Ther wlleva lhrncors;4l l.lr, rlrana
the Hl.sosl from palwnoui liunmn, nnd
-uum- thr bonds to mrt naturally, wltb.
oul n hlrh no one ran IW-I wrll.
Try thisa-a-iurat j iKlrlY.anrt jimi t 111 eatn
at healthy IiIki-mIoii, Yia-oroua II.kIt. Pure
BiliMsd, Mronsr rift, and a H Liter.
frier. 234 rnla. lllr),3. Murray Ml, N. V.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
4 k a v Ha in r WiTiniti h clmneM toafli.rmsr
tHi.aoK tiy a mnel" Hi!ltilfi of Una Ivk. It
n.'.irt a URiural color, ami 1 limtaiiutniiritialy.
K..W hv Iir.iifKUin, or (cut t ' tip rets on rwlpl
tit w fxillar.
Office. 05 Murray Street, New York.
(. . J i n Jf.s.VI f. 0 lafuahfsx
Iti formation and I mrful Hrrript I
trill be mailed f?.Ll on a vvtiiat ton.
Tin' Hal and Worthli hi
an; never iiuiutcil amlcouuterfeite 1. This
is e'ici&l!y inn: of a fViiily medicine, ami
it U p.'t-itive proot t!i;U the remedy imita
ted is of the hii'ticrt value. As anon as it
had liceti tested and proved by the whole
world tliat Hop Hitters was the purest, best
and mot valuable family medicine on
earth, many imitations sprung up and be
gun to steal the notices in which the press
and people of the country had expressed
the merits of 11. II., and in every way trying
to induce suffering invalids to use their
stuff instead, expecting to make money on
the credit and L'ood name of II. 15. Many
others started nostrums put up in similar
style to II. 15., with variously devised names
iu which the word "Hop" or Hops'' were
used in a way to induce people to believe
they were the same as Hop Hitters. All
such pretended remedies or cures, no mat
ter what their style or name is. and es
pecially thosi; with the word "Hop" or
"Hops" in their name or in any way con
nected with them or their mime, are imita
tions or counterfeits. Ileware of them'
Touch none of them. Use nothing but pen
uine Hop Hitters, with a hunch or cluster
of preen Hops on the white label. Trust
nothintr else. Drustrists and dealers aro
warned against dealing in imitations or
a liOTEn nrT tntitlki woiim.
Trom tha Boaton UloAr.J
SIcurt. Editors .-
The above 1 a jood likeness of Urn. I.yilla K. Pink
ham, of I.ynn, Ma.s..whoabe,T,allntlior humnn bclnifi
may bo truthfully called thfl "Pear Frli nd of Woman,"
ariome of hor ronwpondunta lovstocall hor. Sha
la aialounly deTottl to hir work, whli-h 1 tho outoome
of a life-study, and la obllrd to kwp nix lady
axsMdnts, to holp her anawer tho lanro corrcr''iJ''i"'e
which dally pourn In upon her, each bearing tta unoclai
bimlcn of mffcrinfr, or Joy at release from It. Her
Wiretaulo Compound la a medicine for (food and not
rrll purpoaca. I hava rn"nnily Inviatiijaled It and
amaatljfled of thetnithof thlt
Ou account of tt proven merits. It la recommended
and proscribed by the beat physician! In th oounlry.
One lay i "H worka Uke a rliaxm and aavea much
pain. It will cure entirely the worst form of falling
of the uterua, tcueorrliaa, lrrxirular and iwinful
Menatruatlon.allOrariiinTroubleB, Inllnramatlon and
Ulceration, Floodlnira, all PlsplacemcnM and tlie con
aoo.uentaplnalwenkneM,and la especially adapted to
It permentca Try portion of the system, and (jtvol
now llf 0 and vigor. It removes fnlntness. flatulency,
destroys all craving for atlmuhnta, and relieves wenk
neaa of thcftonuvch. It eurcs nioatlm. nrodaebos.
Nervous Troatrntlon, General Debility, Sleepleaaness,
Depression and Indigestion. That foi-llng of bearing
down, canning pain, weight and twcltiu-ho, la always
permanently cured by Its use. It will at nil limes, and
tmdor all clrcumntancca, act In harmony with tho luw
that governs U10 female system,
It costs only 1. per bottle or alx for $.V, and la sold hy
dnigglsta. Any advice n-qiilred na to special ensi'a, and
tho names of many who have been restored to perfect
health by the urn of tho Vegetable Compound, can be
oblalued by atldroaidiig Sirs, F., wllh atiuiip for h'ply,
at her homo In Lynn, Mm.
For Kidney Complaint of rilhtr acx thla comimund la
unsurpiuucd as nbunduut tcatlinoiUala show,
"Mm Pinliham's I.Ivor rilla," saya on writer, "are
tht beat (11 the trorlrl for tlio euro of ConMlixitinn,
IWIousneBS and Tunldlty of tho liver. Ilcr Hlood
Purldcr works wonders In its special line and bids fair
to equal the Com pound In Its popularity.
All must respect her as an Angel of Murcy whoso solo
ambition i to do good to othors.
Phllailulfihia, Pa. CO Mm. A, M, D.
O TART LING
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A victim of yoiitluul imprnflciioii causing I'rm.v
turn Iwcay, Nervous Dcliiilly, J-ost Maiilimsl, cic,,
liavlni! tried in vuln every known remedy, lias dis
covered a simple sell cum, which ho w ill tend J-'KKK
to his fellow-KiiUerorn, address l. II, ItUUVUS.
ata VMatHUlU (71., t S
Eat Your Breakfast First.
Dr. Hall is authority for tho following
thoughts upon mnkfasth)rr before much
cxcrciHo in tho ojitiii air, particularly in
district!) where fever and n;iii are
abundant: llreukfust should bo eaten in
tho morning beforo leaving tho house
for exercise or labor of any description;
thosu who do It will bo able to perform
more work and with greater alacrity
than thosu who work an hour or two
before breakfast. Hesido this, tho aver
110 duration of life of thoso who take
breakfast before exercise or work will
bo a number of years greater than thoso
who do otherwise. SI0.1t persons begin
to fuel weak after having been engaged
live or six hours in their ordinary avoca
tions; a good meal revigorates; but
from the Ja.-t meal of the day until tho
next morning there is an interval of
Koine twelve hours; henee the body in a
sense is wcakvainl in proportion cannot
resist deleterious ngi-neic, whether of
tho fierce cold of mid-winter or of the
poisonous miasm which rests upon tho
surface of the earth wherever tho sun
shines on a blade of vegetation r a
heap of offal. The miasm is more solid,
more concentrated, and hence more
malignant, about sunrise and sunset
than any other hour of the twenty-four,
because the cold of the night condenses
it, and it is on th lirst few inches above
the soil in its most -.olid form; but as
the sun rises, it warms and expands and
nseends to a point high enough to he
brent hed, ami bcipg taken into the lungs
and swallowed with 1 he saliva into liio
i-loiiiach, all weak tin 'I empty us it is, it
is greedily drunk in, thrown immediate
ly into the circulation of the blood, and
carried to every part of the boilv, de.
porting its poisonous influence at the
very fountain head of life. If early
breakfast were taken in regions where
chills and fever ami ague prevail, and
if, in addition, a brik lire were kindled
in the family room for an hour, includ
ing sunrUe and sunset, thc.e trouble
some maladies would diminish in any
one year, not ten fold, but a thousand
fold, because the heat of the lire would
rarefy the miasmatic air instantly ami
send it above the breathing point. Hut
it is 'troublesome" to be building fires
night and morningall summer; it being
no "trouble," requiring no effort, to
shiver ami shake hy the hour, weeks
and months together.
Tha Eelf-Fos'oi'.sed Man.
Among the noti tble persons on the
train you will not fail to discover the
self-possessed man. He is easily recog
nized by his rotundity of form, bis se
rene unconsciousness of the frets and
worrirnents which make railroading a
ni'-ery to the ordinary mortal, and his
supreme indifference to the comfort of
The self-possessed man inevitably se
cures, by a sort of natural selection, the
bet seat in the car, always on the shady
side, and manages, by the aid of his
hat, his traveling-bag and his unas
suming tact and mastership of the sit
uation, to keep it to the end of his joiir
nev. The self-possessed man, having calm
ly settled himself in the center of the
seat, with his hat upon one side and his
traveling appurtenances on the other,
slowlv produces his newspaper and pro
ceeds to its perusal with dignitied de
liberation. Of course the self-posesed man has
his window wido open, but equally of
coiir-e he does not open it liinis;f.
The brakeinan does that for him, and as
the brakeman clambers over the under
standintr of the. self-possessed man to
lo it. the self-possessed man continues
his reading with the utmost complacen
cy and without losing a word.
As the time for starting approaches
every other seat is tilled, but nobody
isturhs the self-possessed man. There
is something in his Nova Setnblan cool
ness which deters all attempts to rob
him of his monopoly. Nobody has the
temerity to ask: "Is this seat engaged?"
much less to squeeze himself in without
indulging in this conventional remark.
If the cold wind blows into the car of
the neuralgic individual in front, or sets
the valetudinarian behind to shivering,
or if the cinders rush in in sooty show
ers to the destruction of the eyes and
good temper of the passengers in his
vicinity, the self-possessed man minds
it not. .So long as his personal tran
quillity was not disturbed, a rain of
pitchforks or cats and dogs might dash
into that open window, and be bo en
tirely oblivious of both it and its ruin
Tho self-possessed man is also self
possessed when the conductor comes
through the car. The other passengers,
at the cry of "Tickets, please," cease
their reading or conversation and go
straightway to fumbling into their pock
ets with inordinate haste that the ticket
puncher may not be delayed, but the
sflf-possessei) man budges not until ho
lias been asked again nnd again for his
ticket and then ho leisurely lays down
his paper, advances on his pockctbook
in funereal order and finally produces
tho pasteboard just as the conductor
lias lost his last particle of patience.
The sharp, short w histle which strikes
terror to every other heart and sends
every other heart out of the window,
affects neither tho heart nor tho head of
tho self-possessed man. His heart beats
on with the regularity of an eight-day
clock, and his head, bald though it may
be, maintains its level, notwithstanding
the hungry 11 y which is boring into his
medulla oblongata, or the babel of
voices that is dinging into his ears.
None of tho major or minor incidents
affect the self-possessed man in the
least. If tho train is ahead of time or
behind time, it is all the same to him;
if anything breaks his serenity remnius
unbroken; H a manor a cow no run
over, no runs over his newspaper ns
calmly as over. If the cars should leave
the rails and no dashed down an em
bankment and broken into ten thousand
splinters, it is nioro than probable that
the self-possessed man would bo found
amidst tho wreck of matter, still aelf-
possessed, deposited in the most do
sirable place and position amongst tho
dead and dying, himself unhurt and un
disturbed, anil still reading his paper in
a leisurely way, unmindful 01 the hor
rors of Ins environment. liodon Tran
script. m s Sa
From esthetic Hoston conies this bit
of wit: "Wo wero eating our supper,
and Mrs, Podgo was cooking beefsteak.
I nsked my little girl how she would
have hor beefsteak cooked. Sbo ro
piled, '1 will have It tender and true,' "
A Wild Woman in Missouri.
A nude colored woman, wild us a
gorilla, is startling the people of the
Marvell section, twenty miles out on the
Midland railroad. Sho bus been seen
several times, and the last timo threw a
young lady who was horseback-riding
into hysteria, and with a grunt, not un
like that of a wild hog, jumped up and
ran into the forest. At the time of her
discovery she was burrowing into the
bide of the road catching and eating
craw fish, which che ute, claws, hide and
all. As yet nothing can be ascertained
as to her identity, hut steps will betaken
to that end. She is very black, ami
foams at the mouth when angry like a
wild animal at Wiy.dbM buimrul.
Tha Seven Riddles of the World.
Prof. Du Iiois-Iteymond is one of tho
most prominent members of the Herlin
Academy of Sciences. When he de
livers. his popular lectures there is not a
lecture-rooni in Herlin large enough to
accommodate his bearers, He is far
from being a tbeUt; still less is he a
Christian. In an address delivered hy
him on "Tho Limits of Natural
Science," he propounded what ho called
"The Seven Hiddlcs of the World"
riddles which have never been explained,
and the majority of which never can be
by mechanical law s.
. The lirst riddle is tho nature and es
sence of matter nm) force.
Tho second is the origin of motion.
The origin of life is the third.
The fourth is the apparent design of
The fifth is the origin of conscious
ness. The sixth is the origin of national
thought and language.
The last is the freedom of the will.
Of this Du liois-Ueynioml says: flttr
seventh difficulty is none if one resolves
to deny the fre-dom of the will and to
declare the subjective conviction of free
dom as an illu.-ion; otherwise it is inexplicable."
I saw so much said about the merits of
Hop Hitters, and my wife who wasaUsys
doctoring, and never well, teased me so ur
gently to uet her some. I concluded to be
humbugggi'd ayain; and I am (dad I did,
for in less than two months' use of the bit
tnrs. my wile was cured, and she has re
mained so lor eighteen months since. I
like such humbugging. II. T., St. Haul.
Tii nctr Press.
Ik Mrs. Lydis K. Pink ham has 6ot really
discovered the Elixir Vitiv, which the an
cient Alchemists sought by bo much patient
research ami persistent experiment, her
medicine seem?, at least, likely to command
an immense sale and universal popularity
in the future. If rapid progress and emi
nent success furnish any basis for a correct
judgment, Mrs. I'inkhan is a most prom
ising competitor for such honorable dis
tinction as the alchemists failed to achieve.
ir.uiui.in.u 1 1 in " in, (.ii, Q.tui iiirij,
wasting diseases such as consumption,
scrofula, kidney affections, will be cruatly
benefitted by using Brown's Iron Hitters,
riirmt IT ITrn nurannu nn.l c 11 ff. .,i.a fvti.
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indc l. This
none cm deny, especially when assistance
is rendend when one is sorely nlllicted
with disease, more particularly those cem
plaints ai 1 weakness so common to our
female p.yi.-.iion. Etcry woman should
know that Kb'ctnc Hitters are wru" .i s true
frif'd, and will positively r "ie her to
heal.h, cvci when all other n medics fail.
A single tr.al always prows our assertion.
They are p. cms int to the taste, and only cost
tifv c ints a bottle Sold by Han v W.
Where machinery isiHed the Drew Oil
Cup will save -V) per cent, of oil. Write
for circular. 1! irden, Selh-ck & Co., St.
Louis, Slo. (l!,1
A Vexed Clergyman.
Kven the iiaticnce of Job would become
t xhmistcd were be a Drencher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
were keeping up an incessant coughing,
making it impossible for him to be heard.
Yet, how very easy can all tins be avoided
by simply using Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trinl
bottles given away at Harry W. Schub's
"I am now ready to lay dow n my bun
dles." So said a laboring man, w ho, for
long years had toiled to support bis family,
and had hi come reduced in health. He
now says that Hops wnd Malt Hitlers has
made him a new man.
IVrsoiuil! To MeuOuly!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro.
Yoltuic llelts and Electric Appliance ici
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who are nlllicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress us above, N. 15 No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
K Cough. Cold or Sore Throat
should bo stopped. Neglect frequentl re
sult m 11 n Incurable Lung disease or 011
sumption. Brown's llronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like coiieji sy.ips
iinithalsaniH, but act directly on the iiillam
cd parts, allaying Irritation, give relief 111
Asthma, Bronchitis, Co'igbs, Catarrh, ami
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
PuMic Speakers are subject to. Kor thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
givo perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by widu and constant use for nearly
an entiro generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
box every where.
BuckliMi's Arnica Salvo
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hbeiini, Fever
Sores, Tflttor,, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It Is guaranteed to givo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cent per box. For salo by Oko. K
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
K. IHIOSS, J'reaidi-nt. I I. N KIT, Vlr.ol'rea'nl
II. Whl.l.S, fusilier. t. J. Kurlll, Ass't Cllnl)
V. Uroaa c'a'ro I William K';ii,c. .Cairo
l'olcr.N'iil I William Wolf.... "
C. M Osiorloh ' I CO I'atlcr "
E. A. Under. ....... " ll. Wills
J. V. C'lurn'on, Caledonia.
A liENKIt V, II A N KINO Ill'SIN EsS OONK.
K0'iatii;ii r,!d nnd boiiu'lit. Inlntctt p'll.l li
Ihti savings llcptrtmeiit. Collections minlo nnd
all hUaiiu'ss promptly atluudt-d to.
A Now and 1 uinpn-ti! Il ilel, froiilliij; -u l..'e.
Seiijinl uud Ituilruad Mrccls,
Tb I'asarnuer Depot ill the Chlraso, St Loirs
ute' . Orleans: Illinois luniral; W'al asli, M
Loiila Binl I'siiilc;; linn .Mountain nm! S"tHlicrn,
.Mobile and Ohio; fair, and St. Louis Itauwavr
arc all just across tho s'rect; while ihu Steaiiibu'ii.
Laiiilii.g in hut one s imrc distant.
This Hole i licaicd by wtomn. bus aii-.mi
Liuiiidr). Hydraulic. Klovatnr, Kle.rtrlr i oil llcils
Automatic Urn-Alarms, liiiUis. absolutely pure air
li rleet sewt-ra'.'e and L 'tuplele appointment,
jstiiierb lurnishitie-; purled sctvitc; and an ur
1 1. I. I'AltK KU Ac (IO..Ue.M
rs; FllANK TUOMKY,
j. . ki
AHKNT Kon TIIR SM S OK
laAXTr KHTKAM EXiilN K
lviarT CollV Disc EiiBim
ii 1 il 3I;i ri ite Engines
RNUIXKS A SPKCULTY.
FAUM KSOIXKS, SIAl HIXISTS'
OF ALL KINDS, BELT! NO,
Pulleys nnd General Supplies.
No. till, North Tlilrd Street,
1 PR. KLINE'S GREAT
' i.,r ,,11 It it iiv inaNunn
IntSllUar.. llVIl ai 111! Cl'llt 1. ill N'k'tlt'lr A rriri'a
Iimillri'rtnl, Ao-rii'frr it'M'n iMf, Trcatiw Jk
$'' trial Mile fr'o Ut V'lt. Cwiok.iI.ct 'fcTinr npntus
olmrtfi-mm li'iji.wln'ii nrlvl. hi,nl nnmrti.iM an J
xprfiNti..riMi orftltliotiMl to M( Kl,iNK !',il Ar.-U
iluN.KiiM.Krii.i:i,!(v.tti4IN,K.l I.IHI.K iftnkon
INJKOXION, la a positive euro forall Dlachanrr-i.
Btlmtlnir, 8nint'tliiH and lilnful Bensntluna 01 the
rBW13TTT A TTr O A CP A r.PC
OHIO. I'leuaa meutloii thla uaiiur.
Kor salu by llAKl'LAV It ItO-., Cairo. III.
Tlios ili Hii iim to lilillo. Mlolley
on s mil iiiel inc'lium imvi stmeiilH
In i c i o. , nrnved lis nnd stoek
aoeeiilaiiii h, cull 1I0 ho hv oiei'
ti 1 1 11 1; m one l inn. I10111 .May Ut,
Ismi., to the pri 11 lit lii tf. on lli-
Vi hill IB i .r ss H 0 tillf 1 .000, 1'IIhIi
(' ill! ; le v 1 h'va reiilled 11 ml
inii t ' in':'t"hk IliiH'iinUMit to
M'hitih ti, lies t ' ri 1 : 1 1 1 11 1 In vent
lili'lil, -I'll tout lol tllreniliniil In--.
-h 1 1 t ' 1 1 iiiukiiiij nioiii'.v or ti.v
lioliiini di'iimml. l-.viliiiiiiloiy eir
enl'irs ihi.i i.lnleiiH'iHH of fu it. I VV
H"ill, fii'i'. We hiit. ii'Sli'iliMihlo
liHi ntM, who will n i'oit on eropij
mid liili'ohiii'n tlm I'liin. Lilienil
1'HIiiiiiIbh iiiim Intnl. ''.'!'"'i"'.,
I l l HIIM4 A UI'.llltlAU. J'urn.
nilwliiu Merehuiila. Major llluckt
M U H
ROQTA.J?flM; iJiKiin rno
0s-7-.5l,D CATAloaUB P0B
iriitiim. of all kind,., f BRASS. OLRMAM
wiri-i.""'1 irnoil''llu0 of instruments -
1 i t ' ."""a. "'(.ainnK, o, y II also
iui unni I Vi7'.J!"J""r nul. Address
IME K00I a SONS MUSIC CC.CHICAUO.ia
Have Signed or Endorsed tho
MeBsrs.Beabury Si Johnson, Mannfactrir
tn Chemists, 21 Piatt St., New York :
Gentlemen :-For the past few years we
have sold various brands of Porous Plas
ters. Physicians and the Public prefer
Bemnnn'B Cftprdnw Poroim PlnstT to all
others. We consid ar them ono of the very
few reliable household remedies worthy
of confidence. They are superior to all
other Porous Plasters or Liniments for
yenarm'n Cnrtrino Plnit.gr is a frenuica
Parmaceutical product, of the highest
order cf merit, and bo recognized by
physicians and druggists.
When other remedies fail get Bcn
son's Capcine Plaster.
You will be disappointed if you use
cheap Plasters, Liniments, Pods or Elec
trioal Slagnetio toys.
ASHKK KK.MKIIY AT LAST. Priee 2f.rts.
ki IAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTER.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS "LS
lilooil, rtkJ will completely rhantrn tho IiIochJ in tho cti
tir Hjsti-m in thr-f iiintit n. Any jirin who will tkfl
1 pill en.'h nifrhtfrftin 1 to 1 9 wwjkn may he rMtorcil
tiirtnuml tipfllth, if Mich a (hind hp MmHihlt, Suld cv
prywhiTit or wnt by mail for M lfttpr ntnmpi. I. H.
JuliNtioN d Co., Hunt u u, MiibH., furuiurly lift or, M
617 St, Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A lBjrulnr (irn.lunm of two mcilleal
coll. L-i--. lias h.-1-n ImifiT I'liu.-iKi'd III the treat
ment el' hroiiie, N'ervoiw, t If i it iiihI
Hlini'1 I H -a.-i I hoi miiv oilier jdiAii-lan In
Si. I.ouls, as elly .:i ri i.iov iin.l nil olil rel
ilenu kuoiv. oii-.iilt.iilon tit ottiei' or by mail.
Ii'ee ami Invlt.'il. A I'rieiol I v talk or his opinion
P'KH noi hi n ir. Wln-n II I- Inconvenient lo visit
I lie city for treatment, iii'-illcliiet nm lie lent
I v In-ill or express i-vrryu lo re. Ciii-.-ilile (iiies
ifii.'ir.-iiiti i d ; uloTe ilniilit exists ll Is frankly
twite.i. :'.! or rile.
Ki-rvous Trostration, Debility, Mental and
riiysmal Weakness, Mercurial and other
a fin' V'-roat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisonin?, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sorns and Ulcers' Impediments to
Marriage. Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cusos from over-workod brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Is self-evl.leiit th.it n phvsicliin payltiK
pnrtlcnlnr ailiiilnni to ucluss ntcnsii nliiilns
trreiit skill, uinl pby ielaii" in rek:iil:ir practice
nil over the i-imiili'y 'Kiiinvliitf this, freipii-nlly
r cDinineiid caH to tlie olileM otliec in Ani'-rlcii,
w here every known appliance Is resorlcd lo,
anil the pro-il fntn i-Riucclifw of all
tiife and countries arc used. A whole lions? s
ii -ei lor ntllee pnriio.r-s, ami all lire treated with
skill In a respeeiinl manner: and. kin'WliiK
what to do. no experiment are mad.1, onac
eoiitit nl the treat iiimilier applylnL'. tho
rlinrir." are ki PI low. often inner than Is
ih-niainled hv others If uni neciire the skl'l
and net a 'petily and pel feci lite cure, that Is
tlie Important ' m i iter. I'ainplili t, p,ies,
w ut to any nddicis free.
pwk MARRIAGE GUIDE, i pages.
KlctMnt cloth and u'llt I Indlnur. Sealed for 60
rents In postage or curreiiey. over lllty won
i'itIuI pen pictures, true lo life nrt leles'.ui the
follow iuu siilieet. bo uui marry, who not;
i) In r I'ropcr ane to nuirrv. ' Who inurry llr-it.
jl.iiil'ooil. VViiiiiuiiIioI. I'livslcal deeny. Who
In hi I' I marey. Ilmv life ai'd happiness ninv he
jiici i"i .e.l. Those married or couteiutilal Inu
liiuri i li'ir shoiilil read ll. It oinj lit to he read
hv ull lehilt per-oiis. ilieii kept under lock and
kev. Popular edit Ion. s one a aliove, but pap
rover nnd 2'W paes, ii cm la by mail, lu mums'
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Tliu airnniea of Ulllona I'ollc, tho Indlar.rlbsliU
psiiL'S of C'hrouir. liKllt'enion, tha oebllity and
nifiiiul stupor rofoliiiiii fiom a costive habit, may
noeortnliily avoided hv realist Iiir tho ayatem with
that SKrrnahls and frrreahlnit ntandard Prepara
tion, Tarrant's Sehzcr Aperiirit,
I'roriiruhlo at all Liriifc':'lsla-
810 To 20,000
In leizllitnate jiplii-iiniH apenrmioti In (Iralti, Pro
vinlonn and Slocks o:i our ieriected Llan, yields
Mini iiionihlv pr itlls to lari'e and snnill Inveators.
AddrcHH fir lull piirticulai-K. It K Kendall Co,
I'om'n .Mrriliatic, IVV nil La sallo at, Chicago 111
M'Uiilnir to hum an in iiialntiiiire v illi s view to
mairiui;e, kci,i i -i-a. T stamp for nn:rd lelter, with
filil part i o urs, to I'-p r,V llrU-hm, llocton .Mass.
liOAUDlMi k DAY SCHOOL
KOR HO VS.
Fifth lear bednn ieptemher 4. 1"HI. A flmt
rla-a hijjh nclmot ; nnsei t - r i o n ; hi riot (Helpline!
lhoroiii!li Instruction ; u'riuliuilcs Hludetila in th
clsshiral nun n inioereiiil roiirna, Numhor of
houriliTH litnlied, e'nr eiilslooui-s ad'lr-a
IlKN. It. KOSTKIt, A. M.l'lineipal,
10 & I'liu; atrecte, St. Louts.
YdPYi'J AI I'1 V l! vn" lolesrnTeleirrs
J"l'i,u JIIjaI p,v m a lc iniiiiitiH. and ha
certain of a ultimilon, aildrecs Valentino Uroihera,
Janem-illr, n le,
CI'iaMJKlKl.n ill.l.i lU SIMv.SS OLLEfiB
roinplete ai I mil business practice, euuil for Jour
nal frf-n .
UIv' 1 v J,
Cntiliilnitiii both ve
M KM'. We make
iMons of Hie ,(EV TKSTA-
no cMru charL'o f"r 'he addl-
KLKItAN l lFl(iSS Iliiiiilsoiiielyl'.outul
Uur Hlhlca cimtniii ' no pni'ea, ,f 1 0 llniHtrs-
tiona. K.Mra indnreuaiita i. tiered to Knoruetic
Amenta. Illustrated alali file aent on applieaiion.
A.J . llolmuu V I n , Vi.'i Arch fct., rhlladeluhis.
Nui 1. 1 nar in '"i wuriil .-uiml i.
n ol a. Tufuli, l'iin. . l-.t la . frder, DM Sores,
Bore Kyrfl, Murvurtal PemKnel, l.alarrtl. Luai of
.Vfili'-li"-', fi'tuule C-iiiplnint, au.l all Hlnod
illi'a.sa. It tifrer lalli. All -IriuKio m.1
ceutnr eture h.--.--1. .til II. It. K. Neller
A I .... l'ni.V I'.il-hne-h. n!t . vi tt hellla.
t'I'v Clerk's o"e , raho. III. A 1 1 u; . HI-', iHr-.'.
Sealed l ioj.ii; at will I rceoiv il ill Mils olHco,
ilirccicl to tin nty rui.i.i-il ol tliu city ol (.'airo un
til meiMiui! of tlie coiiiiiMl, 'I'useilay evi niiur, Sept.
I'.Mh. lsa-, fur fnrnlHliinu' liie nmlerinl a ad doing
thev'ork. o-iliiii'u lie- orl- ti-ieesry for ihu t
conei ruction i.l tin- lollew in' slili n,.U,-, to hp con
Hlrui t il of wooil, v;z : mi cilerly cide of Wal
nut tlrect. tielween Mlevelith an I Twelfth
eticctd; on the Nort liet'ly side of Kllth street riltl
nlnir li'i feet wvaieriv from Wiishiiiutoti aventto.
To lie l onetrticied id brick, vl.: mi the nor herlv
aide of Klllli hi reel tiiiuiiiii; li'li feet eaelwurdly
fnun Wa iimi eiivct .' proviiled hy ordinance
No. IS approved ov-wnber IhsI, which la on
Hie Ii) Huh nllli'i; and sut .l ct to exanetmtioi) ai any
time A liood nnd suiliilent bond for twice the
aaiount must aceotupiuiv all propoailloua. The
rinlil to rcj. ct any iiml all bids reserved by tho city.
1). ,1 FOLKY.Ow Clerk.
TENXSYLVANIA Military ACADEMY.
pHKsTKU. '.'Int yeir nprtis H'ptemher 1:1th.
"-'New IhiililinnH. Mtperior accommodations.
AppoinlmenlH eempleie. Kuk'Umi. L'olliKiato,
C'lieniiLiiI, Civil Kiii-'oie-'rli'i: roire". Deurees
Cotilerred. Applv l W. P. Iliillidav. Kaq., patron
Cairo, 111., or to CUL. TIIKO. II V ATT. l'rest.
Chilis oil I't-hthif ;-nit'-t m ui.ii.f uiumhk nviilur tnomhl
J'iim'Il ineinlTui'ls the Ik-iu lit iil'ininlniusl nipiial ui tlio
Cluli. into loo per is'iii. i.viileiiilsin,d inoniiihr. H
ajrtaof iiamlioiiit sent em li nieiiilT. Kliares sloeaeh,
nilis'm tlile, ii!inii.'ulli', iruiisierulile. A ii'linlile cur
nlniilcnt wnn'cd iiiev. rvtiiwu. Piss inl ii'dni ementa.
Explanatory circnliir sent. fns'. Adilie-s ll. li.Kt.NUAU,
ll Co., i;7 il lr.i LuNilIe .St.,CHICAtiO, ILU
OF EVERY KIND CHE A PES THAN EVES.
Rifles, Shot ('.una. It fvolvers, Atiimunltlon,
1 ishlng TiieUl.', Seines, Nets, Knives,
IliiLora, Skntea, lliimmocks, etr.
Lnrfce 1 Hurst ruled Cntnloiie Fit EE.
GREAT WESTERNGUN WORKS,
WANTED I Ladles ami r.entlemen, toennsw
with us lo sell several l aeful llotiaehold
Aniens, i-roilia liirtje l.noor Is lljtht.
Kscliitiva territory itivcn. No competition.
Terms lihenil. Circuhini FKKR. Address
Henltt Mauurac f Co., Ilnx Wis, Plttaliurgh, Ps.
Swedish Ixiseot Powder Kills
AND ALL TROUBLESOME. VERMIN.
It will tlmrniitfltly exterminate Roaches, Ants,
Bed lint's, l'lens, I ic'Viiliae. o nnd Cotton Worms,
Moth, elo. It Is snfe, sure, cleanly snd cheap. It
will not jiolson nntimils or towla. Siunple pack
anon hv liniil lid eetils, pot jmld. Stamps taken,
tlreiiliivs free. Ajrrnls Wnnteil. Addresi,
J. II. JOHNSTON, PltthburKh, Pa.
Rflof all kinds for salo very cheap.
i?f iCatalogUOB) free. Address, RICHARO
lllHULLSCa POX 808. Pittsburgh, Pa.
(BEFORE -AND -AFTER
Electric Appliances irt lent on 30 Diys1 Trial.
TO MEM ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
"rilO an aiiiTerlnir fnun Nanvova Pian.iTV,
y I.OBT VlTai.lTV, l.CK Of NKHVR KlIM'S
V loos. W AaTtNO WntKaanitta, ami all thie Uiwaana
of a I'shhonai. Nati'hn remililntf fnun Aaeaaa and
OTiiaa l'Ai'. Km-eily ri'll 'f and eimiplel reslw
mtlnnof llAL-ril.vlii'iki.nil M.iii'HinieaASTal.
The itrandest illwuverv o( the Nlneti-etith IViilurjr.
Mend atone for lllwittattHl i'aiiiihlefna. a.llrM
VOLTAIC HIT CO.. MAHiHAtl, MICH.
py i y mum
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